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NBC
Jul 11, 2012 5:00am EDT
and on road in pasadena, we have an accident. it sounds serious -- on a mountain road. southbound route 26 is shut down. use extra caution. the major roadways scoring great shape. 11 minutes on the outer loop. same thing on the west side. 10 minutes from the beltway southwest down towards 32. here's a quick live look at traffic. 83 x shawan road checks out just fine all the way down. here's a quick live look at traffic. this is security. building but overall a smooth ride audience higher beltway. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> police are trying to find out what caused a suspect to cut someone in north baltimore. police responded around 9:30 on tuesday night and found a victim suffering from cut wounds. police say they do have a suspt in custody. searching for a boy that went missing. police say he was last seen at around 9:30 on his grandmother's porch. he mentioned he did not want to go on to his mother and took off. the boy has left home before. he was last seen wearing black nikes sneakers. call the missing persons unit if you have seen him. a firefighter is in jail
CW
Jul 25, 2012 10:00pm PDT
pasadena have been working in obscurity for nine years they are designing a building in programming the third the biggest and to by far most complex mars rover. the onetime curiosity launched last november it is now hurtling towards mars into year two and half billion dollar mission to search for signs there was or is life on the red planet. >>> this mission is the coolest thing at the never done. he's part of this team now is a scientist is a video producer with curiosity week and half from landing he says the scientists are ready for their closeups. >>> when people look at its it's crazy. sometimes when we look at it is crazy. beck's many movie is the hottest thing ever on nasa's web site the scientists are the stars. >>> these at the hon solo's these of the space jockey is behind a row mission and its they're real people with real fear is real vulnerabilities that's that's what the audience wants to see and engage with nasa's production values have come a long way since with your to in the '70s this now viral curiosity video looks like something out of hollywood it's a thrill ride is
ABC
Jul 20, 2012 4:30am EDT
downed tree in anne arundel county you want to watch out for, right in pasadena, that's going to be on magazee bridge road near route 100. be careful if you are traveling in the area. right on the jfx there is a lot of standing water near the cold spring exit. as we head north, taking a live look at the harrisburg expressway no reports -- delays to report on shan road. it will be clear from the state line onto the beltway. once you get onto 695, this is what it looks like on bel aire road headed up towards 893. that's a look at your abc 2 time saver traffic, over to you. >>> if you love art, music and food, you might want to head to mount royal this weekend. >> we'll have a live report on what you can expect when you head out to art scape that kicks off here in charm city. >>> plus she weighed less than a can of soda, she's finally home. we have an amazing story, an incredible story of survival. you're waking up to what's new in maryland. >>> five things you need to know on this friday, the u.n. security council votes today on a resolution threatening syria's president bashar assad. it
CBS
Jul 26, 2012 4:00am PDT
video called seven minutes of terror. >>> 350 nasa scientists at the jpl labs in pasadena have been working in obscurity for nine years. they were designing, building and programming the third, the biggest and by far most complex mars rover, the one-ton curiosity. launched last november, it's now hurdling towards mars on a two-year, $2.5 billion mission to search for signs there was or is life on the red planet. >> this mission is the coolest thing i think we've ever done. >> john beck is part of the team. not as a scientist, as a video producer. his curiosity, a week and a half from landing beck says these scientists are ready for their close-ups. >> when people look at it, it looks crazy. sometimes when we look at it, it looks crazy. >> beck's mini movie is the hottest thing ever on nasa's website. the scientists are the stars. >> these are the hans solos, these are the space jockeys behind the rover mission. and they're real people with real fears, real vulnerabilities that that's what the audience wants to see and engage with. >> nasa's production values have come a long way sin
CBS
Jul 10, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in chesapeake pasadena. officials found him floating in a canal. one of the officials rented a house from norman. he says there was trouble between landlord and tenant. >> it was vacant, but then he said, i let these brands go in. and then he said, they are not paying them. >> he was principal at chesapeake until 1983 and the auditorium is named for him. >> a baltimore firefighter is arrested in an fbi raid accused of running a prostitution ring out of a local warehouse. it's not the first time his face such allegations. we have a shocking investigation from police headquarters. >> back in 2010 jamar simmons was arrested for human trafficking and prostitution. he pled not guilty and was given probation. >> inside this house is where police say jamar simmons and franklin coit we're running on online prostitution ring. >> i can't imagine anything scandalous would be going on in here. >> even more surprising if simmons is a baltimore city fire prayer with 12 years in the department. simmons was arrested monday after the fbi raided the property. >> we found various lectures and doc
CBS
Jul 25, 2012 5:30pm PDT
is out of this world. >> 350 nasa scientist at the gp l laboratory in pasadena had been working in obscurity for nine years, there were designing and building and programming the third and biggest and by far the most complex mars rover. the onetime " curiosity " it is now hurtling to mars on a two and half billion dollar mission to search for signs that there was, or is, life on the red planet >> this mission is the coolest thing i think we have ever done. >> he is part of the team, not as a scientist but as a video producer. with curiosity one week from landing, he says the scientists are ready for their closeups. >> when people look at it, it looks crazy. sometimes when we look at it, it is crazy. >> this movie is the hottest thing ever on nasa's web site. the scientists are the stars. >> these are the space jockeys. behind the row permission. and, they're real people, with real fears, real vulnerabilities, and that is what the audience wants to see and engage with. >> the production value have gone along with since voyager 2 in the '70s. this now viral curiosity video looks like
CBS
Jul 20, 2012 6:00am EDT
charles and several other roads in that area. watch for a downed tree in pasadena at olivia way. there's a look at your speeds. no delays out there on the top or west side of the beltway. there's a look at the northwest side at green spring avenue, everything running smooth except for the wet roads. >>> we're following that breaking news out of colorado where at least 14 people are dead after a shooting at a movie theater near denver. it happened at a screening of the dark night rises, the new bat man movie that premiered at midnight. 50 other people were hurt. police are checking the area for explosives and have evacuated the area. one witness who was in a theater next to the shooting describes the scene. >> i saw at least four, maybe five people limping, wounded, slightly bloody. i saw a girl who was covered in blood and she didn't have any wounds on her. i mean, it kind of -- it made me think the worst. >> one suspect has been arrested. police have found exemployee civils in -- explosives in that person's home. please stay with wjz, we'll have the latest on this developing st
NBC
Jul 20, 2012 5:00am EDT
in pasadena this morning, third street, partially blocking the road is a downed tree, so be extra careful in that area. let's give you a live view of traffic and see what's going on on the j.f.x. no sign of delays here, but you can see the roads are here -- the roads are wet here on northern parkway. 175 down toward the capital beltway, not seeing any delays yet, but definitely more volume in the southbound direction. that's the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and trains. >> good morning to you. due to the severe weather last night, marc trains is operating on a very limited schedule. that's the brunswick line. as a matter of fact, trains are only leaving out of martinsburg and brunswick and frederick, and that's it. metro will honor all marc train tickets this morning. closer to home, the number one, 10, 30, 64 and 120 buses downtown are still diverted around the water main repair. also, number 36 and 51 diverted at washington boulevard and monroe. number 21 bus is diverted at preston and cathedral for artscape. that's it. with the m.t.a. transit
ABC
Jul 25, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. this is on east monument street. >>> you know the last time we checked, pasadena was quietly still sitting in the southeast corner of anne arundel, not arizona. well try to explain this. how does a coyote end up face to face with a woman who ends up talking with our don harrison. >> reporter: he is is talking about her confrontation with two wild coyotes. she saw them maul her cat. >> when i yelled, one ran toward the water. the other ran toward the road. >> reporter: this isn't the first time something like this happened. lori had four chickens she got as a birthday present and something killed them. >> it's a beautiful place to live. now you cannot have a pet that goes outside because of the coyote problem we're having. >> reporter: the daughters are upset about the coyote attack. >> i don't come outside anymore at night, only in the daytime. >> no, i'm not going out there. it freaks me out that they were steps away from the door. >> generally, they're active at night. >> reporter: peter jane is with the department of natural resources. >> they do tend to attack house cats and ea
FOX
Jul 4, 2012 5:30pm EDT
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NBC
Jul 20, 2012 6:00am EDT
trees. that's in pasadena. watch for closures related to that. westbound 50 at the bay bridge, not too bad at the moment in terms of volume, but we do have a disabled vehicle to watch for on the westbound span. here's a live view of traffic. we'll update you on the j.f.x. right at northern parkway. going away from us is southbound traffic. no sign of delays leading up to that accident. but again, center and left lane getting by, so just try to stay to the left. northwest corner of the beltway at green spring, no delays. inner loop traffic going away from us. everything looks good on the inner loop. that's the latest on traffic pulse 11. back to you at the desk. >> we are still following the news out of colorado. a terrible, term story. >> unimaginable what happened here. this all happened in aurora, colorado. that's about 10 miles outside of denver. we're told about 12:30 this morning at a showing of the new movie, "the dark knight rises," the midnight showing, witnesses say someone -- a suspect released some sort of a canister. they heard a hissing sound, gas emerged, and then the sus
ABC
Jul 25, 2012 5:30pm EDT
pasadena woman said her cat was killed by a coyote. the mother of baltimore baseball, vi ripken was kip napped. she's okay now. jeff's live in aberdeen. >> reporter: we're here at headquarters
NBC
Jul 25, 2012 12:00pm EDT
look at the seven-day forecast through the weekend. >> thank you. a pasadena teenager sentenced to life plus five years for two separate murders during armed robberies. the 19-year-old admitted to killing a person at a 7-11 in august 2010. he is also convicted of another murder three months later. he will be eligible for parole in 30 years. we now know the identity of the man who shot and killed monday night in the 1600 block. city police say the 23-year-old died of multiple gunshot wounds. police have not released a motive in the case. they are asking you for your help in tracking down the suspect. anyone with information is asked to call city police. medical examiners are working to determine how a human skull ended up in southwest baltimore. a resident found the skull and contacted police. authorities are working to determine if other remains are in the area. meantime, officials at the baltimore city police departments say they want to recruit more city residents to the force. fewer than 20% of the last graduating class actually live in the city limits. recruiters say officers w
ABC
Jul 20, 2012 4:55am EDT
in pasadena near route 100, definitely watch out for that. if you're traveling on the jfx, there's a lot of standing water near cold spring lane. be extremely cautious when traveling in the area. in downtown baltimore, we're still dealing with that water main break that continues to shut down light street. that's between baltimore street and lombard street. there is a detour in place, but do allow yourself some extra time if you are traveling in the area. mass transit highly recommended. here's a live look at the west side of the beltway at old court road. fortunately no delays. it will be a nice easy ride all the way down towards route 40. that is look at your abc 2 time saver traffic. megan and charley, over to you. >>> news time 4:46. we're continuing to follow developing news out of aurora, colorado. new information coming into us just moments ago. we're now learning more about the suspected gunman. >> absolutely. we do know we are hearing reports of 10 dead. we'll keep you posted on this story. we're working the phones. we'll let you know. >>> in the meantime, stay with us this
ABC
Jul 20, 2012 6:00am EDT
, mike. the storms last night brought down a lot of trees in anne arundel county, right in pasadena, maga displ ee bridge road at route 100 is definitely a place you want to watch out for. in baltimore we do have flooding right now on the jfx. it's right near cold spring lane. there is an accident southbound at the same location, so be extra cautious traveling in the area. out on 695, we are dealing with a crash on the inner loop at 97. and as we check in and take a live look right now a little bit farther north of that scene at liberty road, you'll notice traffic shaping up nicely, no delays to talk about. that will be the same case over in parkville. here's what it looks like at harford road, no concerns headed down towards 95 or headed up towards 83. megan and charley, over to you. >>> we are continuing to follow breaking news this morning out of aurora, colorado. 14 people now confirmed dead, 50 injured. a mass shooting at the midnight premier of "the dark knight rises," a highly anticipated movie, so, megan, you can only expect this theater was packed with hundreds. >> absolute
FOX
Jul 18, 2012 5:00pm EDT
thunderstorm warning and that is going until 6:00. can you see pasadena, severna park over annapolis and this is drifting to the east at 15, 20 miles an hour. very heavy lightening, reports as well, marble-sized hail reported as storms and gusty winds. we have damage into frederick county from the storms. this is all we have active right now. we'll be back in awhile to take another picture. the d.c. severe thunderstorm warning has expired. that is anne arundel county, prince georges county and howard county and montgomery county as well. >> and we're hearing them from the studio. thank you, gary. we'll talk to you more about it. >> weather-related right now, the faa issued a ground stop for local airports and means flights can not take off but may land. looks like we saw some lightning flash across the screen. we should let you know that this grown stoppage affects bwi marshal and reagan national airports. we're told this does not affect dulles international. >>> we're following a developing story from northern virginia right now. you may run into delays from the district t
SFGTV2
Jul 20, 2012 1:30am PDT
pasadena which means he would be inturned. things start to happen without you looking at it from the beginning when writing a story but as you develop the characters and the year and the situation and the stories a father would tell a daughter. all this came out the camps, what happened. what he hoped for. what he wished for. all the stories he tells the daughters. some of them would have to cover that interment time and a lot is what happened from my research. all that went in the book. does that answer your question? it's not that i purposely said, now i will advocate this. but if a story line covers a certain aspect of history that you tell it to the greatest truth you can. you know, you talk about the situation and if you inhabit the characters, hopefully, in the right way you try
ABC
Jul 10, 2012 1:05am PDT
see the cub perched in a tree. that is east of pasadena where this happened in brad bury. dog chased the cub up a tree earlier in the day and eventually climbed down and scampered through several back yard. officers hope it goes to the mount. they are also ready tranquilizer gun. >> 50 shade of gray is going to become a movie. same team that produced social net work tapped to develop the film version of of thee wrought ick book. every producer was beat out for the gig. 50 shade of grade sold more than 10 million copies world wide. the trilogy set to become the fastest selling book series in history. snoom you captain buy this thing out at the stand. >> kansas city to get out of that. >> all star week kicked off with fan favorite home run derby and familiar face in the winner sishling. king of the long ball but goes by prince. accomplish something nobody has ever done. answer to the ever done. answer to the riddle coming up >> well toney won the world series with cardinals last year then retired but he manages the national league in the all star classic tomorrow. niece fool naming mat
NBC
Jul 4, 2012 11:00pm PDT
pasadena. >>> july 4th is the nation's deadliest day of the year on the road. that according to aaa. and the bay area's first fatal crash happened in san jose. a man in the his late 30s flipped the pickup he was driving. the impact threw the driver from the truck. he was pronounced dead at the scene. no one else was in the pickup. >> in this report, prior to the collision, a white truck weaving in and out of the lane. lost control. hit the center divide and overturned. >> there's no word on whether the crash was alcohol-related. >>> a bay area filmmaker is reaching out to help find sierra lamar. >> i love them and i'm not going to give up. >> brian garcia has produced two documentaries. garcia recently posted them on youtube. a man has been arrested for sierra's kidnapping and murder. but a body has not been found. garcia hopes his work inspires more vol fears. >> the main thing i want to show is this could be anyone's daughter. i want everyone to treat this that sierra is everyone's daughter. >> reporter: garcia is currently working on a third documentary. >>> the state of oregon i
ABC
Jul 4, 2012 6:00pm EDT
for scattered storms to the west. >> anne arundel as it all, the cape st. clear beach, pasadena, but what it doesn't have is power in some parts of the county. don harrison witnessed that help is on the way. >> it's hotter inside the house than outside. >> reporter: and that's the dilemma that chris moss has. he has been without power since friday night. >> who running water, no air conditioning, no refrigeration. >> reporter: with power lines down it hasn't been easy on scries. >> been running over to the neighbor's house taking showers and just trying to get through it. >> reporter: he has a generator, but that's been difficult. >> it goes through the night, but 2, 3:00 in the morning it runs out of fuel. >> reporter: chris is not just worried about his 12-year-old daughter and himself, there are others to worry about. >> it's been funny to keep the pets happy. >> there is prancer the dog and bunny. the newest addition is a young chicken that they just got eye can't believe i said yes to that. >> reporter: the chicken seems okay but not the tree in front of his house. but help is o
NBC
Jul 12, 2012 4:30am EDT
. it's a quote from theodore roosevelt. >>> and this comes to us from pasadena, california, where after showing you the trending bears raiding neighborhoods, for once we get to show you the end of the story. they are taking this little guy back into the wilderness. you're looking at a cub waking up after being tranquilized and being returned to the for evident after his stroll through a nearby town. the poor guy was a little bit woozy from his big adventure and needed a huj from the health and wide life officials. trying to take them to new areas so they won't head right back into the city. poor little guy. i'm lynn berry, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. >> good morning. we're off to a pleasant start on this thursday morning. partly cloudy skies. 67 in parkton. a mixture of sun and clouds. it will be warm but nothing unusual for this time of year. about a 20% chance for a thunderstorm. high temperature around 90. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the wa
ABC
Jul 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
day south into pasadena and annapolis. just a couple of passing clouds but the main system moves south and east. coastal runner, the north part of the system sliding north and over spreading cloud cover. the rain showers, they are on the center of the system off the cape and nag's head north carolina. it's a -- interesting storm system take will push quickly to the north but a new system will develop behind this one and will impact us from wednesday late into thursday it would appear. the future trend, take a careful look, passing further north. you see the center of that area of low pressure, several hundred miles off shore. the second wave of weather or second coastal system will develop into early wednesday. there is the center off just about wilmington or even charleston south carolina. that 6:00 wednesday so thiasus term will press north from wednesday late into thursdayf. that takes a turn inward that could mean a better chance for showers and storms into the latter part of the week. for now the first of two wild cards, that will make it further off shore. overnight 68, tomorrow
ABC
Jul 4, 2012 11:00am PDT
california version of the pasadena rose bowl parade. the route includes san jose's famed rose garden. david louie, abc7 news. >>> get me dan's autograph. >>> redwood city bringing back its fireworks tonight after two year absence thefest fifths have already started with a -- the festivities have already started with a parade. many came from the fire department's annual pancake breakfast fundraiser. the firefighter in charge said it took 250 pounds of batter and 25 gallons of syrup to feed 1,000 people. the celebration will culminate with a 20 minute firework show from the pore residents and businesses raised money to bring back the fireworks after they were cancelled when the show got too pricey at $70,000. redwood city one of the many communities holding firework shows and other 4th of july festivities if you are looking for a complete list of times and locations go to abc7news.com you will find the link on our front page or look under see it on tv. >> the big question is, what will the weather be like tonight? >> stkwraoeps on where you are the coast is cloudy now some of that will head i
CBS
Jul 13, 2012 11:00pm PDT
. from pasadena and carter evans cbs five. well as the sound i can't stress out any marriage even though only half of the couple has listened to every night for a state has been dead wives toss and turn to their partner snoring but a south bay company says it's found a solution. reporter kiet do learn on sleeping on the job and is very patient wife give it a try. for years and became to snoring have treated the only way i know how. with the denial. the hearing is believe they like millions of couples out there only one person the budget his wikiup well rested. just ask mrs. doe my wife of 10 years. >>> what you put up with it? i guess and committed? >>> he'd earned of choice. >>> that don't. story is an interesting condition. it affects this or sometimes and it's really the bed partner that's really affected. this is medical base in san jose the news more therapy product called their events just got fda approval for sale of the counter it's like a band-aid the seals tightly rendered knows the so-called micro value to breed and freely but restricts the air flow you breathe out rush
ABC
Jul 9, 2012 11:00pm PDT
evening. you can see the cub perched in a tree. that is east of pasadena where this happened in brad bury. dog chased the cub up a tree earlier in the day and eventually climbed down and scampered through several back yard. officers hope it goes to the mount. they are also ready with tranquilizer gun. >> 50 shade of gray is going to become a movie. same team that produced social net work tapped to develop the film version of of thee wrought ick book. every producer was beat out for the gig. 50 shade of grade sold more than 10 million copies world wide. the trilogy set to become the fastest selling book series in history. snoom you captain buy this thing out at the stand. >> kansas city to get out of that. >> all star week kicked off with fan favorite home run derby and familiar face in the winner sishling. king of the long ball but goes by prince. accomplish something nobody has ever done. answer to the ever done. answer to the riddle coming up >> well toney won the world series with cardinals last year then retired but he manages the national league in the all star classic tomorrow.
NBC
Jul 7, 2012 11:00pm PDT
just north of pasadena at a house there. and the mama bear and two cubs come from a line of troublemakers. all the bears are descendants of bears removed from yellowstone national park for bad behavior. >>> it wasn't an olympic sport until 2000 but the usa women's water polo team has managed to medal every year. eight of the 13 members of the team this year have tied to the bay area. members of the team were in l.a. today teaching a clinic for children. one of the instructors is heather petri who is going to london. she played water polo in uc berkeley. she became interested in the sport as sophomore in high school but it's the school didn't have a girl's team. >> i watched all the guys playing this game. i went out for the jv boys team and played a year with them and thought it was so fun we started a women's team. >> this is her fourth trip to the olympics. they have never won a gold. >>> the olympic flame went out today during its journey across england. a british junior team canoeist held the torch. the water anguished the flame. the torch was relit by a backup flame and
ABC
Jul 31, 2012 4:30am EDT
71 degrees in owings mills. 71 in pasadena. and pylesville at 66 degrees right now. and we can see the humidity 96% in owings mill and 93 in pylesville right now. the winds are on the light side and they will be turning around out of the east. we are going to be looking at once again a very humid day on tap for us. now we look at the future temperatures. if you are heading out and about at lunchtime, you are wondering if you shed eat in or outdoors. you can go outdoors. we have the chance for thunderstorms. so keep your eye to the sky. isolated to scattered in nature. 82 in baltimore. frederick around 81. as we go through your lunchtime. easton along the eastern shore coming in at 83 and salisbury more of the same there. and we will be also dealing with those temperatures pumping up as we go throughout the day but not as hot as we are going to get as we go into the weekend. so speaking of that, it's it -- i have it for you as we look at highlights. saturday, sun cloud mix hot and humid and temperatures around 92 after a start of 70. sunday, that temperature coming in right around 9
NBC
Jul 16, 2012 11:00am PDT
being run out of jpl, the jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena. that's where all the scientists will be on that sunday night, august 5th, around 10:30 our time. you can be tracking what they're doing of course online. reporting live here at nasa in mountain view, bob redell, nbc bay area. >> fascinating stuff coming out from right up the street from us. >> yeah. very cool stuff. let's check in with, speaking of cool, looks like christina loren is going to tell us the the weather is keeping on that low, low cool. >> you know, we have got the best weather in the entire country. >> wrong. >> and i'm not just saying that. i'm not just saying that. you don't believe me, check out our website, nbcbayarea.com. type in any of your metropolitan cities. new york today close to 100, chicago close to 100, minneapolis, 100 degrees. here's san jose. taking a live look, beautiful day shaping up out there. forecast about 75 degrees. we can take that. right? take a look where we are right now. not too shabby. 70 in livermore, 60 in gilroy and 63 degrees in san francisco. you'll notice your temperatur
ABC
Jul 11, 2012 11:00pm EDT
pasadena is back on campus. a reunion to remember the former principal. >> he brought us love, peace, kindness. >> reporter: they say going to his office wasn't so scary. >> it didn't matter what you had done, what trouble you could have gotten into, my mouth in my case, he would just sit me down knowing was another reason i was mouthing off, it was because something was going on at home. >> reporter: 31 years later and they still remember him. police say he was murdered, last week his body found in a canal with a bag over his head and duct tape covering his mouth. patty weaver said a lesson given down by him is still on the chalk board. >> use your words wisely and they will stay with you forever which they have and i have said that to my daughter and sons. >> reporter: two teens were arrested a few days after the body was found. they confessed to beating, binding gagging the principal. money is a possible motive. >> if they would have asked he would have given it to him. >> reporter: a spokesman said he worked for the school system for 1961 until 1989. he was the first principal at
NBC
Jul 19, 2012 11:00pm EDT
office to a woman outside her home in the 3300 block in pasadena. when he said he was there to serve a warrant and asked for her dress, she became suspicious and took down his license plate number. jones was taken into custody a short time later. baltimore city council president jack young has one of the most powerful positions. he is a member of the city board of estimates which decides how city tax payer money is spent. jack young cannot legally or ethically vote on many important issues. david collins has the follow-up to a story broke in september. >> the 11 news i-team learned that jack young could lose his seat simply by voting on issues related to three city agencies and to private entities. >> this is one of those cases where the law part company with common sense. >> according to this opinion, young lust recused himself from voting on all matters of voting on dpw. and johns hopkins and a local headstart. we examined five months of minutes and out of 572 items, jackie dung abstained 201 *. the mayor and controller abstained 45 times. he has to abstain because he has a brother w
ABC
Jul 30, 2012 6:00pm EDT
pop-up shower or storm in shady side. pasadena looking at 87. on the map right now we've got a couple of scattered showers in the mid-atlantic. the main weather maker is to our south. one to the west. we'll keep an eye on this. the main weather maker remains to our south and east spinning over the carolina coast. will this low pressure area deepen, strengthen a bit. we think it's offshore. if it make has turn inward that could mean more unsettled weather for us. here's a look at our future trend model. we projected it to sit here and develop off the coast. if it gets stretched north that who keep it weaker. it will be an interesting storm system and enough wet weather a few hundred miles from the beach. it's our weather wild card. we'll keep an eye on it. overnight pretty quiet, 7 -- 70. we stay balmy. maybe a late day shower that could linger. the seven-day forecast pretty much typical classic, last day of july, early august. we call it august like temps. so that looks pretty hummer like, a slight chance for showers with this much heat and humidity always the chance. we think it stay
KOFY
Jul 4, 2012 11:30am PDT
version of the pasadena rose bowl parade. the route includes san jose's famed rose garden. david louie, abc7 news. >>> get me dan's autograph. >>> redwood city bringing back its fireworks tonight after two year absence thefest fifths have already started with a -- the festivities have already started with a parade. many came from the fire department's annual pancake breakfast fundraiser. the firefighter in charge said it took 250 pounds of batter and 25 gallons of syrup to feed 1,000 people. the celebration will culminate with a 20 minute firework show from the pore residents and businesses raised money to bring back the fireworks after they were cancelled when the show got too pricey at $70,000. redwood city one of the many communities holding firework shows and other 4th of july festivities if you are looking for a complete list of times and locations go to abc7news.com you will find the link on our front page or look under see it on tv. >> the big question is, what will the weather be like tonight? >> stkwraoeps on where you are the coast is cloudy now some of that will head into sa
KOFY
Jul 10, 2012 12:00am PDT
in a tree. that is east of pasadena where this happened in brad bury. dog chased the cub up a tree earlier in the day and eventually climbed down and scampered through several back yard. officers hope it goes to the mount. they are also ready with tranquilizer gun. >> 50 shade of gray is going to become a movie. same team that produced social net work tapped to develop the film version of of thee wrought ick book. every producer was beat out for the gig. 50 shade of grade sold more than 10 million copies world wide. the trilogy set to become the fastest selling book series in history. snoom you captain buy this thing out at the stand. >> kansas city to get out of that. >> all star week kicked off with fan favorite home run derby and familiar face in the winner sishling. king of the long ball but goes by prince. accomplish something nobody has ever done. answer to the [ male announcer ] it would be easy for u.s. olympian meb keflezighi to deposit checks at the nearest citibank branch. ♪ like this one. ♪ or this one. ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ but when it's this easy to use citi
ABC
Jul 12, 2012 4:30am EDT
he was the first principal at chesapeake in pasadena from 1976 until 1983. in the 5:00 half hour we're going to hear if those who knew him -- from those who knew him. >>> a wrong-way crash on i-97 last month. police say alcohol was a factor after originally saying it doesn't. it happened june 13set and two peopledy -- 13th and two people died including kelly whit. the driver of the other car also died. >>> this morning the tankers involved in the massive train fire in columbus, ohio are still burning. this was breaking news yesterday on "good morning maryland" and those tankers must cool before the remaining ethanol can be removed from inside them. that will let investigators get in for a closer look as they try to figure out what caused that train to derail. they are departmented to be at the scene for the -- expected to be at the scene for the next ten days. >>> the storm has passed and now the questions begin, will you have to absorb the cost of clean-up and repair? we spoke with bge after reports surfaced the company would pass on the cost of the storm to the customers. while
ABC
Jul 30, 2012 4:55am EDT
morning in pasadena at 71. pilesville 68. reisterstown 67. here is the hour by hour forecast, i will have the seven- day forecast coming up. 87 is what i'm going with. that's where we should be now for this time of the year. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. good morning. >>> good morning, well not pretty out in east baltimore, we are still dealing with the sink hole on east monument street. we will be shutdown through next month, between wolf street and patterson park avenue. if you are traveling in the area, stick with orleans as your alternate route. using jfx in to the city, no delays from the beltway downtown to east fayette. traffic is up to speed traveling through the fort mc henry and harbor tunnel. this is what the topside looks like in towson, delaney, 11 minutes on the outer loop from 95 up to 83. >>> high speed racing returns to downtown in a few weeks. first, we got to get the track ready. a live report coming up. for those of us working the overnight shift, this is not good news at all. what employers can do to help those working the graveyard shift
Comedy Central
Jul 24, 2012 1:00am PDT
darn well tell you where we're not-- the universe. oh, eternity with nerds. it's the pasadena star trek convention all over again. anyone want to play dungeons and dragons for the next quadrillion years? yes, please. sure. i guess so. pawn to rook eight. i'm a tenth level vice-president. that story was preposterous. stephen hawking in a pizzeria. this thing isn't worth the gold it's made of. anyway, the fing-longer seems to be a rousing success. good work. congratulations. amy: right on, professor. so that's what things would be like if i'd invented the fing-longer. oh, a man can dream, though... a man can dream. captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org (cheers and applause) >> jon: welcome to "the daily show"! my name is jon stewart. what a show tonight. my guest tonight, fareed zakaria making his 400th appearance. (cheers and applause) (laughter) first, obviously, everybody is still stunned after the terrible shootings friday. are we ever going to get a handle on how to prevent these types of tragedies? i... it's a very complex issue, obviously. an intersection of
ABC
Jul 17, 2012 6:00pm PDT
librarian from pasadena, california... a high school theology teacher from chicago, illinois... and our returning champion-- an attorney from washington, d.c... whose 1-day cash winnings total... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!"-- alex trebek! thank you, johnny gilbert. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. if there's one thing that our champion blythe demonstrated beautifully on yesterday's program, it is that, like a race car driver, she knows how to come from behind. she was in the red for a while, and then just kept building and building and building until she wound up with the most money. dan and kimberley, you've got your work cut out for you against this champion, but good luck. here we go, into the jeopardy! round. and here come the categories for you. we start off with... each correct response will begin with the letter "e"... you're gonna love it, and...
CBS
Jul 26, 2012 7:00am EDT
propulsion laboratory in pasadena. launched on the internet last month, these computer-generated images of the mission now hurdling towards mars are the hottest thing ever on nasa's website. almost 2 million views of a never before attempted landing using this hovercraft called a sky crane to gently lower the one-ton rover curiosity to the martian surface. it takes seven hair-raising minutes. >> if any one thing doesn't work just right, it's game over. >> in making the video, nasa tv producer john beck has launched the space age into the digital age using entertainment to generate buzz about science. >> this mission is the coolest thing i think we've ever done. >> he says the appeal is not the dazzling machinery, but the brilliant minds behind it. like the early astronauts, these jpl scientists are the heroes of nasa today. >> these are the hans solos. these are the space jockeys behind the rover mission. they're real people with real fears, real vulnerabilities. that's what the audience wants to see and engage with. >> animator, kevin lane when he heard about the wild ideas for
CNBC
Jul 10, 2012 1:00pm EDT
this in california east of pasadena. our nbc station in l.a. was doing a story about bear sightings in the neighborhood when she had to start dodging them. bulls, they were on the run again today. day four of the world famous festival. three people were gored yesterday, including an american from philadelphia. no injuries today. but there is always tomorrow. as you can see, at cnbc, it always comes back to bulls and bears. >> absolutely. now, let's move on to analyze this, ed upponsi breaking down e calls of the day. guidance suggests slowing in the current quarter and for the full year. do you like this call or not? >> i don't like this call, ty. limited had a great jump in same-store sales last month, up 7%. in this retail environment, i have to disagree, i like limited brands. >> southwest airlines with a price target of $15. the upside to southwest's forward hedged positions is greater than analysts might be pricing into the shares. they see it with a little more upside. what do you think? >> they're right on the ball. if southwest never flies over plane again, $9 a share, fuel
FOX
Jul 4, 2012 10:00pm EDT
pyrrndd?jennifer,the nearly 200-people whoolive in thh north shore commuuity of pasadena are used to losing power and even water during a bad storm. but five days withoot both... áinnthis heatt... is just ppain miserrblee 3 naas 701 i was actually standinn right here 06curtt rutherford got out of the way just in time friday nightt- when he storms roughh down this assive tree in front of hii pasadenaahome. 722 i the door and beffre ould to shut the door ttis trre wooshed down 28his llfeewas sparedd- but not theee power lines. for fiieedays now... thhssentire north shore community has haa no a-c &p...and no well-water! uur 33 witththe generators we can't even pump water to ake a shower, do laundry, flush tte ttilets 8 ttey've been relying on the river to flush toilets... 857 here'' a pail that i used tt flush my toilets with with wattr in ii in this swwltering heat. rick - a waterfront commuuity , we can go swiming so hat's what we do 08b-g-eecrews have been around... but many wonder what they're dding. 1:56 we'vv had two guys sitting here looking at this ttee 24-7 for 33days now and
KOFY
Jul 23, 2012 9:00pm PDT
caltech in pasadena along with colleague at harvard created an artificial jelly fish. it's made of silicone and rat heart cell. movement of the fake jelly fish mimic a heart beat. new knowledge could transfer to human along cells. >> big picture for the research is to develop new therapy that are going to use buy hodge cal-com point instead of artificial heart valve made out of aluminum or mass ticket it's built out of your own biological material. your heart cell. your tissue. that makes it more biocompatible and potential theally longer lived. >> bioengineer jelly fish can also task how effective new drug are improving heart function. >> nasa launched a new heat shield prototype on successful test flight today. mission that sent high tech space balloon streaking through earth atmosphere at hyper sonic speed of up to mack 10. about 7600 miles an hour. >> 3, 2, 1. sear o. we have lift off of the 11 carrying 3. >> did you see it take off. that stands for inflatable reentry vehicle experiment 3. it was blasted off top rocket early this morning on test flight out of virginia. now the
CBS
Jul 1, 2012 7:30am PDT
granddaughter you graduated in pasadena it because she was in an all white community looking for an apartment >> study showed that a majority of stops were of blacks and latinos and there was no dramatic impact of guns off the street. >> i have been out in san francisco talking to people with different perspectives so we will talk more about a coming up in a few minutes. >> our conversation with the police chief and former mayor willie brown on stopping violence in the city. >> paying more for the same hotel. i one website treats macintosh and pc users differently. >> the origins of mean girls may be on social media. how that might be causing them to forget their manners. >> we will start out with some clouds around the bay area so expect 3-6 degrees cooler today. warming up tomorrow and then we have,,,,,,,,,,,, >> ,,,,,,,, >> the next time a teenage girl talks back to you can blame it on social media. britain's plain english campaign say that facebook and twittered are making girls speak more aggressively. social networks demand that users write more concisely. the campaign believe
CW
Jul 1, 2012 8:30am PDT
can't just stop them. they just bought my granddaughter because she was in pasadena in an all white community looking for an apartment >> a study showed you york that a majority of stops for blacks and latinos, 80 percent had done nothing wrong and there was no dramatic impact of guns off the street. >> we will be talking a lot more about that proposal, or that discussion, but stop and frisk idea and how it may be different than what is going on in n.y. city. paying more for the same hotel. why one travel web site creek mac and pc users differently. >> expect 3-6 degrees cooler temperatures today. warming up tomorrow and then, a >> bus travel is about to become more frequent over the dumbarton bridge. starting tomorrow ac transit is expanding express service. the b-1 will cross the bridge three times more often and on db more trips are being added. also, all of the buses are outfitted with wireless technology. >> we have some high technology taking a look at the weather. fog around the bay but it will clear up. >> definitely great out there but it will be pretty similar to what we s
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